Pixi Undercover Crayon launches as the perfect time as the weather is JUST starting to warm up and I’m starting to lighten up my makeup routine. I think blushing cheeks, a little mascara, and dash of tinted moisture and just the barest hint of brightening concealer is plenty for my Summer makeup routine. This little crayon gives me just the right amount of brightening power without over doing my makeup. Loves it! If you already like and use the Correction Concentrate you can think of the peach shade of Undercover Crayon as a portable version of it as the colors are quite similar (the crayon is a smidge lighter)! The formulas are different though as I find the crayon a little less creamy. It is a fairly dense pencil at first pass but warms up quickly enough and goes nicely creamy. As I said it does run drier though so if you have dry eyes you’ll want to prep well prior to use for the best glide and application. It sets to a satin finish under my eyes but doesn’t crease or fade easily and never looks cakey. On my medium fair skin the peach shade is actually pretty freaking amazing. I wouldn’t say it’s super pigmented nor would I say it acts as a concealing product it does however, brighten up eyes dramatically. I have larger eyes that dominate my face and they tend to look tired without proper coverage. A little dash of this under my eyes and suddenly I’m looking like I had 12 hours of rest or at the least a week off at a tropical resort somewhere with nothing to do other than stare at the water! It just perks up eyes dramatically. Personally I like using it on natural no makeup days. A little tinted moisturizer, a little cheek stain, and a bit of Undercover Crayon under my eyes and I’m looking all kinds of fresh and fabulous. It’s easy enough though, should you like, to use as a partner in crime to your concealer. First apply your first, allow it to set, now follow up with a quick swipe of Undercover Crayon! Pat, blend, and BOOM instant brightening power!
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